with Joe Schmo rocking the Supporters Village and Bonnie Tyler performing pre-match insde the stadium
The Liberty Stadium will provide all the ingredients for a perfect Saturday night out this weekend when reigning Magners League champions Munster take on the Ospreys. The entertainment gets underway at 4.30pm when Joe Schmo return to play the Magners Supporters Village by popular demand ahead of an on-pitch performance from Swansea’s own rock legend Bonnie Tyler prior to kick-off.
One of the most popular bands on the Swansea music scene, Joe Schmo went down a storm when they played ahead of the Glasgow match in October, and we are delighted to welcome them back.
The Village will be open for two hours ahead of kick-off, with visits from non-playing members of the Ospreys squad who will be pulling pints behind the bar. The ever popular interactive Kidszone will also be operating, featuring a range of rugby themed inflatables such as try line tussle, bungee run, and passing targets, with additional inflatable fun in the Village, providing great fun for kids and older Ospreys alike.
The focus will switch inside the stadium shortly after 6.00pm, when Swansea’s own rock legend Bonnie Tyler performs the title track to the new Mal Pope musical, Cappuccino Girls, which opens in Cardiff this month.
Ospreys Managing Director, Roger Blyth, said:
“The Magners Supporters Village has grown really quickly since we launched it ahead of this season, with hundreds of supporters enjoying the facility every game. It’s now established itself as an essential part of match day for Ospreys fans thanks to the excellent atmosphere there ahead of the game.
“In addition to the Village, this week we have the bonus of a superstar of Bonnie Tyler’s calibre performing at the Liberty Stadium. She is a great ambassador for Wales, and the Ospreylian region in particular, so I’m sure her performance will go down well with our fans and really get the crowd going ahead of this crucial fixture. We’re always looking to offer something extra to the Ospreys fans who loyally support us week after week at the Stadium, and we’re hoping that the activities this Saturday will be just what is needed to warm the spectators up and bring some atmosphere to the stands, ready to get behind their team and cheer the Ospreys on to victory against a strong and talented Munster side.”